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DANGER! THRILLS! ADVENTURE!
Alan Green was not exactly a hero. In fact he liked peace just as well as the next man. Not that he was really afraid of that crazy, hot-blooded hound- dog Alzo, or even of the hound's gorgeous owner, the Duchess Zuni-who was also hot-blooded (to say nothing of the Duke). After all, these things were understood on this backward, violent planet, and a man could manage, provided he was alert twenty-four hours a day.
And as a matter of fact, Alan was only normally apprehensive of his Junoesque, tempestuous (but altogether lovable) wife Amra. Delightful, demand' ing Anna-and her five uproarious kids. The trouble was, he was tired. And homesick.
So when he heard of two other downed spacemen, he hitched a ride with a piratical merchant-captain on a windroller destined to carry him to the spaceship and thence to the peaceful green hills of Earth. But he had reckoned without the vagaries of the wind- roller, pirates, the "traveling islands," the rascally Captain, and various flora and fauna peculiar to this planet-all of which, it now seemed, regarded Alan with unnerving malevolence.
And worst of all, Amra was determined that he should be a hero. Amra won.